Hebrew Ladies Relief Society
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Handwritten letter from Hebrew Ladies Relief Society to JCRS, dated December 22, 1906. The letter comes in endorsement of the wife of "Mr. Connor," whom is the mentioned bearer of the letter. It explains her situation and begs the closest interest in her case, and requests an immediate telegram upon receipt of the letter. The letter The letter is signed Joseph Abrahams.
Overview Handwritten letter from Hebrew Ladies Relief Society to JCRS, dated June 4, 1907. The letter notes that $45 to $50 might be found about Mrs. Koner's effects to pay for her burial. If not, it requests that information be sent along and the expenses would be paid. It further instructs to send Mrs. Koner's jewelry on so that Mr. Koner can distribute to his children. Finally, it requests all details about Mrs. Koner. The letter is signed J. Abrahams.
Overview Typed letter from JCRS to Hebrew Ladies Relief Society, dated December 29, 1906. The letter explains the reason no telegram response was sent to the previous letter, noting that the JCRS sanatorium is over capacity, and has been and will be for some time. It references a warning that was sent out with this information, and notes that if Mrs. Koner is to be sent to Denver anway, she must have a physician examiner her and confirm that, and her board must be paid while she waits for admission to...
Overview Typed letter from JCRS to Hebrew Ladies Relief Society, dated January 30, 1907. The letter announces the admission of Mrs. Minnie Koner to the JCRS sanatorium. The letter is unsigned, but "Secretary" is typed at the bottom.
Overview Typed letter from JCRS to Hebrew Ladies Relief Society, dated May 4, 1907. The letter describes the condition of Minnie Koner, and explains the toll it takes on the sanatorium staff and patients alike. The letter is unsigned, but "Secretary" is typed at the bottom.